Tudur son of Gruffydd of Anglesey, the king’s servant who served him faithfully in Wales and Ireland, begs the king that the bailiwick of the commote of Talybolion in Anglesey, which the king granted him freely of his grace by his letters on account of his service in the war in which lord Llywelyn was killed and again granted to him after the last war in Wales by other letters of his, he will cause to be freely granted to him, because Hugh, the king’s treasurer of Caernarfon, seeks money for the bailiwick, notwithstanding the grant in manner aforesaid.
(c.1295–1302 in William Rees (ed.) Calendar of Ancient Petitions relating to Wales, Cardiff, 1975, pp. 454–5 [Tip: daliwch Ctrl a chliciwch dolen i'w agor mewn tab newydd. (Cuddio tip)] )